Articles Tagged “Huntsville”

  • Hobby Lobby Grand Opening

    Hobby Lobby Stores, a privately held national retail chain of arts and crafts stores, opens in Huntsville with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and official grand opening celebration on Monday, October 21st, at nine in the morning.…

  • Arturo Diaz Executed Thursday Night

    Thirty-seven-year-old Arturo Diaz was executed last night in Huntsville for a murder committed 14 years ago in which the bound victim was stabbed over 90 times and robbed. It was the 13th lethal injection in…

  • Little Red Schoolhouse Shut Down

    According to a letter from Texas Department of Family and Protective Services District Director Christina Harvey, the Little Red Schoolhouse Learning Center in Huntsville is ordered to be shut down. Sixty-seven violations were cited through…

  • Local SWAT Teams Participate in Drug Bust in Huntsville

    On Tuesday, September 17th, the Huntsville Police Department and the Walker County Sheriff’s Department conducted a joint narcotics operation resulting in the seizure of cash, drugs and drug paraphernalia, surveillance equipment and more. The discovery…

  • Robert Gene Garza Scheduled for Execution Tonight

    Thirty-year-old Robert Gene Garza is set for execution by lethal injection in Huntsville this evening. The South Texas gang member was convicted of two counts of capital murder for the 2002 slayings of four women…

  • Hobby Lobby Opening in October

    Hobby Lobby will have their grand opening in the old Wal-Mart building in Huntsville on Monday, October 21st. It’s expected that the new business will bring around 40 to 60 jobs to Huntsville paying $14…

  • Full Recovery Expected for Stabbing Victim

    Forty-five-year-old Maria Perez, who was the victim of a stabbing in Huntsville on August 28th, is expected to recover fully. The stabbing took place at a residence in the 200 block of Highway 190. Ms.…

  • Huntsville Man Indicted for Allegedly Threatening Two Witnesses

    Thirty-six-year-year-old Armando Martinez was indicted by a Walker County grand jury on two counts of obstruction or retaliation for allegedly threatening two witnesses who were going to testify against him in regard to a sexual…

  • Siren Testing on SHSU Campus Today

    Today on the Sam Houston State University campus there will be a demonstration of a new mass speaker cluster that will play a series of siren sounds testing SHSU’s emergency notification. The 30-minute demonstration will…

  • Duck Commander’s Grant Taylor Speaks in Huntsville

    Tuesday, Grant Taylor from Duck Commander a West Monroe Louisiana company which produces duck calls and other merchandise, spoke at the Huntsville Church of Christ on Highway 30 at a luncheon presented by the Chamber…